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Are Memorex CD-R any good?

Are Memorex CD-R any good?

Of all the writable disc brands I use, memorex has some of the best CD-R. It’s not first party Sony or Phillips, but the the low failure rates are next to none in my experience. As for music, some players are picky about direct disc copies, but these work best out of third party for me.

What is Memorex CD-R?

Memorex CD-Recordable (CD-R) discs are ideal for recording, storing, and playing back audio files. Memorex CD-R discs allow you to store up to 700MB of data or up to 80 minutes of CD-quality audio per disc. What’s more, the write-once format stores data permanently ensuring it will never be over-written.

What is CD RW speed?

They usually support CD-RW writing speeds of 16× or 24× Z-CLV in zones of 10× CLV, 16× CLV, 20× CLV and 24× CLV towards the outer edge, of which the highest speed zone depends on availability.

What is CD-RW best used for?

CD-RW stands for CD Rewritable. CD-RW discs can be written to many times, and they function somewhat like a hard disk or floppy. CD-RW is a good choice when you need to store small amounts of data over time, such as a daily backup of a few critical files.

How many times can cd-rw be rewritten?

Compact Disc Rewriteable (CD-RW) is a fully rewriteable media, meaning that any spot on a CD-RW disc can be rewritten up to 1,000 times (based on the current standard).

When was CD-RW released?

CD-R was introduced for professional use as long ago as 1991, and after many years of development the CD-RW came onto the market in 1997.

Can car CD players play CD-RW?

CD-RWs are 70% less reflective than normal CDs, and many stereo and car CD player lasers are not powerful enough to read them. To work around this issue, burn audio CDs only to high-quality, brand name CD-R (compact disc, recordable) media.

Can you rewrite a CD-RW?

CD-RW and DVD-RW are both erasable and rewritable. You can erase and rewrite them as many times as you want until they wear out.

What CD do I need to burn music?

To create audio CDs that work in most stereo systems, use CD-R discs. CD-RW discs usually work only in computers. To create a CD of MP3 files to play in your computer or an MP3 CD player, use a CD-R disc; some MP3 players can play CD-RW discs as well.